The Drift #8
The Drift is a magazine of culture and politics. Founded in June 2020, The Drift aims to introduce new work and new ideas by young writers who haven’t yet been absorbed into the media hivemind and don’t feel hemmed in by the boundaries of the existing discourse. Published three times a year, each issue features longform essays and cultural criticism, short fiction, poetry, interviews, dispatches, and extremely abbreviated reviews.
In Issue #8:
Essays on directors' debut novels, amnesia in the queer archive, abortion propaganda, and... Hunter Biden
An interview with Barbara Kruger
Fiction by Percival Everett, Vivian Hu, Garielle Lutz, Bobuq Sayed, and Ayla Zuraw-Friedland
Poetry by Paula Bohince, Fatima Jafar, Angelo Mao, Tomaz Salamun, and Natalie Shapero
New York, U.S.A; 170mm x 250mm; Fall 2022